Four Seasons Private Residences at 30 Park Place in New York is a stellar new mixed-use hotel and condominium building in Tribeca.
It’s a 962-feet, 82-stories-high tower – the tallest residential building in Downtown Manhattan – the creation of the celebrated developer Silverstein Properties, designed as a contemporary take on the great Manhattan Art Deco tradition by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. The interiors (including all the residential units and the amenities) are designed by Yabu Pushelberg. The building is owned and managed by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and marketed by Corcoran Sunshine Group.
I’ve already sold several properties in this building, and I definitely would like to sell more. That’s why I’m going to showcase this building to you in the best way possible.
First, let’s admire the wonderful exterior of 30 Park Place. Broadway Realty’s marketing team curates this Pinterest board, assembling photos and renderings of the building submitted to Pinterest by the building’s team and independent Pinterest users. Click on any image and you can view the high-resolution version of it, and navigate between the images using left and right arrows.
A triumph of architectural style and engineering – isn’t it?
The lower 38 floors of the building host 189 guest rooms and suites of the Four Seasons Hotel Downtown. The remaining 44 floors include 157 luxury condos.
All the residences are spacious, with soaring ceilings. They’re designed for maximum comfort and combine privacy of every room with ease of access. The interiors are true masterpieces of contemporary design with exquisite attention to every minute detail, including light fixtures and carpeting. Spacious kitchens feature Gaggenau appliances, Colorado white marble countertops and backsplashes, and oak cabinets by Bilotta. Bathrooms are decorated by vanities designed by Robert A. M. Stern, Bianco Dolomite marble and chinchilla mink.
Having visited the building recently, I was fortunate to capture a few panoramic snapshots of the beautiful interiors of these condos, with the permission of the property owner.
We can also take a look at a few more images of these luxury properties from Pinterest (this pinboard is curated by Broadway Realty, but all pins are submitted by other users):
Some of the more high-end residences are equipped with bay windows, and all of them offer mesmerizing view of the entire Manhattan and miles around, including the view of Midtown Skyline, Hudson River, New York Harbor, East River, and beyond – to Long Island and New Jersey all the way to the horizon. Unfortunately, on the day I visited the properties, New York City was visited by one of the “North Easter Bomb Cyclones”, so instead of spectacular views I’m used to seeing, I took a few snapshots of snowstorm gathering strength over Manhattan. But you can still get some idea:
The immediate neighborhood is so great that it deserves a separate article – please stand by, and you’ll be able to find it published here in Broadway Realty blog very soon! The hotel entrance is at 27 Barclay Street, on the opposite side of the building and entirely separate from the entrance into the condominiums (at 30 Park Place). Private lobby for residents is designed with panache, featuring a rotunda ceiling, a fireplace and even a stylish labyrinth laid on the floor in black-and-white marble.
A few beautiful pins from various Pinterest users:
Living here, you can enjoy exquisite dining in the comfort of your own home, or invite your guests to a luxurious private dining room: the best selection from sophisticated menu will be delivered to your residence and served to you by dedicated staff of Four Seasons catering service. You’ll have fresh groceries of your choosing and flowers all year round. To move around – even out of town! – simply pick up the phone and call for your own personal town car. Your home will be kept clean, thanks to wide range of housekeeping and laundry services. The Four Seasons Residential Concierge, available 24/7 all year round, will ensure your privacy and will take care of any task a resident may request.
Condo residents enjoy all the amenities of the hotel, in addition to special amenities available only to them. The amenities are as luxurious as the residences. You can stay in excellent shape thanks to private, residents-only fitness center with weights, workout machines, kickboxing bags and a glass-walled yoga studio. 16,000-square-foot Four Seasons spa with treatment rooms for couples and individuals and a soothing reception area decorated with Mexican Travertine. Purple-black-and-brown Alexis Wave stone and glass mosaic tiles are used for design of the sun-drenched three-lane 75-feet swimming pool. Showers, steam rooms and locker rooms are embellished with Alexandra Nuvolato stone mosaic and protected with screens made of teak.
You can host a concert at “The Conservatory” (a loggia with a grand piano, comfortable chairs and sofas, and vaulted double-height ceiling) – and your children will enjoy a playroom designed by America’s leading children’s interior design firm, Roto – with interactive walls, hundreds of custom-made toy magnets (animals, astronauts, vehicles), a dress-up space and a tepee retreat.
CUT – a five-star steakhouse and bar by the world-famous chef Wolfgang Puck – his first ever restaurant in Manhattan! – offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as drinks. The interior of the restaurant is designed by a French celebrity designer of luxury spaces Jacques Garcia. You can order cocktails to be delivered to your residence.
You can see some of it on Pinterest:
All of that comfort comes with buying a condominium at 30 Park Place – and today you can get it at a reduced price! Four Seasons offered property owners a unique 5-year abatement on common charges (currently 4.5 years still remain): enjoying the life of luxury and privilege, you will pay less per month than in the majority of the comparable buildings in Manhattan.
Several condominiums at Four Seasons Residences are still available for sale, ranging from a one-bedroom on 46th floor, 1,108 square feet, price at $2,995,000 to a top-floor 4.538 square feet 3-bedroom penthouse, priced $30 million.
If you’re planning to invest in residential property in Manhattan, I urge to you seriously consider 30 Park Place: the building is a unique combination of great architecture, top luxuty and maximum comfort.
For more information, please contact me, Elliot Bogod of Broadway Realty, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (212) 577-2270